|Created on 31 October 2022
|Health and Social Imapct of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Adolescents: An International Perspective
|Date||11 November 2022 (Thursday)|
|Time||3:00 – 6:00 pm (HKT) | Convert to your time zone|
|Venue||Online | via Zoom; link will be provided upon registration|
Dr Gary CHUNG
Dr Karlijn MASSAR
Professor Xiaoting LIU
Professor How Ran GUO
Dr Siu Ming CHAN
Dr Majid KHAN
Dr Anson CHAU
Dr Hung WONG
Dr Roger Yat Nork CHUNG
Adolescents are among the hardest hit under the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. In view of the widely observed adversities and inequalities among adolescents, this Symposium brings together experts from different parts of the world, including but not limited to the Greater China regions, the United States, and the Netherlands, to share their insights on how the pandemic and its containment measures have disproportionately affected adolescents, especially the disadvantaged ones, and what might help mitigate the impact and inequalities associated with COVID-19. Panel discussions will follow to further explore the health and social impact of COVID-19 from an equity lens, and the way forward to shape a fairer environment for adolescent development.
Free admission, all are welcome.